“Peng leng jeng (平靚正)” = cheap yet still high quality. It may be in Cantonese, but every Malaysian confirm LOVE this concept. Now, you can also enjoy peng leng jeng flights for your next holiday!
Book your flight from 5 – 11 Dec and get up to 21% OFF on ALL seats, ALL flights with AirAsia’s 21st Birthday Sale!
As long as you’re flying between 3 January 2023 and 30 March 2024, you can savour this bombastic discount without any exceptions!
There are A LOT of awesome holiday destinations to pick from, so it’s all down to your preference~ Here’s our hand-picked list of locales for every type of holiday-maker:
1. Nha Trang, Vietnam: Life’s a beach
Ninh Van Bay, considered one of the most beautiful bays in the world!
Powder-white sandy beaches, clear turquoise sea, and an abundance of exciting watersports – everything you could ask for in a paradisal beach life is right here in Nha Trang!
- Scuba diving/snorkelling: Explore vibrant coral reefs, spot moray eels or simply escape from the world in various diving spots, such as Whale Island and Moray Beach.
- Doc Let Beach: This 18km-long sandy beach is lined with quaint hotels, restaurants, and plenty of personal space to yourself – the quintessential beach getaway!
- Nha Trang Sea Festival: This bi-annual extravaganza celebrates the cultural identity of locals with traditional rituals, tournaments, street art and performances, and an explosive fireworks display!
2. Bali, Indonesia: Of rich cultural sites and heritage
Tanah Lot Temple
“The Island of the Gods” is perfect for those craving a spiritual journey or interested to expand their horizons with the cultures and traditions of another “world”.
- Visit all the Balinese temples: From Tanah Lot Temple to Tirta Empul Temple, these sacred infrastructure promise unparalleled beauty against crashing waves; or check out rituals like Odalan at Tanah Lot.
- Trunyan Village: In for a unique history lesson? Explore the mystical side of Bali in this sacred “cemetery” on “Skull Island”, and discover Balinese Hindu funeral traditions.
- Ubud Art Market: Get extra-special souvenirs here, featuring a multitude of Balinese hand-crafted products like rustic woven bags, gorgeous scarves of silk and meaningful statues.
1. Johor Bahru, Johor: The southern city jewel of Johor
One of Malaysia’s biggest cities is a hidden gem of lip-smacking local cuisines, shopping, sightseeing, and history, almost like a jack-of-all-trades holiday destination.
- Tan Hiok Nee Heritage Street: Named after one of JB’s founders, this street is lined with urban murals, buildings of the past, vintage stores, as well artisanal F&B options.
- Pasar Karat: Shopaholics will be spending HOURS in this market, with countless secondhand apparel and goodies for you to stock up on.
- Kota Tinggi Firefly Park: Gaze upon thousands of fireflies lighting up the night sky in this otherworldly cruise; it’s a little farther away from JB, but it’s worth it!
2. Kuching, Sarawak: Of history and nature adventures
Aside from the mee kolok and cat museum, Kuching is actually great for history buffs and nature lovers alike, with bountiful options that would definitely scratch your travel bug itch.
- Sarawak Museum: The oldest museum in Borneo from 1891 is a keeper of Sarawakian culture and history, and the largest collector of Borneo’s flora and fauna.
- Irrawaddy dolphin watching: Take a tour of the Santubong opening and Salak Rivers to (hopefully) get a glimpse of these one-of-a-kind dolphins.
- Bako National Park: The state’s oldest national park boasts seven individual eco-systems, all in one park; hike at Telok Pandan Besar, visit the beach at Pulau Lakei Island, go night walking, you name it!
3. Langkawi, Kedah: Close-to-home beach paradise
Great beaches, plenty of bar options – what else do you need for a pitch-perfect break from daily life? And it’s all just around the corner in Langkawi.
- Pantai Cenang: The liveliest beach on the island is the only place to be for watersports, food, drinks, shopping and massage parlours!
- Kalut Beach Bar & Cafe: One of the best bars for affordable drinks, a relaxing atmosphere, and – especially so – the ability to chill on beanbags by the beach while sipping cocktails.
- Langkawi Fish Farm Restaurant: Dine over serene water as you sink into the freshest seafood possible, or you can even opt to catch your own fish!
Lempuyang Temple, Bali
We hope these suggestions finally gave you an idea of where to travel next time! But remember ah, you’d have to not only book your flight from 5 – 11 Dec, but also ensure you’re departing/arriving between 3 January 2023 and 30 March 2024 to enjoy the extravagant 21% OFF promo.
Then again, it’s applicable for ALL seats and ALL flights, so this AirAsia deal is pretty ons lah!
On the other hand, if you’re feeling a little more bougie, why not fly international? AirAsia’s 21st Birthday Sale also lets you fly beyond ASEAN with awesome rates!
Explore the world without breaking the bank!
Enjoy 21% OFF ALL seats & ALL flights internationally with AirAsia X, to destinations like Taipei, Gold Coast, Seoul and more.
On top of that, you can even upgrade your seats to Premium Flatbed at 21% OFF for a more comfy flight!
With AirAsia’s 21st Birthday Sale, now you finally got chance to travel worldwide even more affordably and cross off more dream destinations from your bucket list. Make sure you’re travelling between 3 January 2023 and 30 March 2024 to save money AND go eat wind (makan angin) overseas!
These are some of the awe-inspiring holiday destinations you can finally visit:
1. Tokyo, Japan: The heart of otakus, shrines and food
This futuristic-yet-traditional capital of Japan is packed with countless tasty food options, remarkable sightseeing opportunities, and deep Japanese culture to be captivated by.
- Ikebukuro: The female-friendly version of Akihabara features shops and bookstores that sell manga and doujinshi written by and for women.
- Yotsuya Arakicho: From Michelin-starred restaurants to cosy izakayas, this former Geisha district is a must for foodies.
- Kabuki-za Theatre: Witness the classical all-male Japanese performing art of kabuki on stage at this Ginza-based theatre.
2. Melbourne, Australia: Arts and architecture abound
The “Sporting Capital of the World” is a haven for those who love the arts and amazing architecture, though Melbourne has plenty else in store if you look closely.
- The Rose St. Artists’ Market: Take a gander at specially-made handcrafts from local artists and designers; you can even have a little meet-and-greet with them at their humble stalls!
- Hosier Lane: Walking around town never felt this artsy, with colourful urban street art covering the walls for you to admire.
- Bogong Horseback Adventures: Go on a two-hour afternoon horse ride along the mountain valleys of North East Victoria, or embark on a multi-day horse riding adventure!
None of them tickles your fancy? Here are even more international destinations you can fly to with AirAsia X:
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